A cooling trend toward the end of August can mean only one thing to a lot of people — hunting season must be fast approaching, and it’s high time to get ready. Following is a smattering of things you might do to make sure that opening day is memorable for all the right reasons.
Making Walla Walla bike friendly would draw more cyclists and their tourism dollars.
Larry Kirk makes a stop in Walla Walla as part of his plan to play disc golf in 50 states in 50 days.
The head of America’s Cup challenger Emirates Team New Zealand accused defending champion Oracle Team USA of cheating in the latest controversy in sailing’s premier regatta.
Fish not normally seen in this area are making appearances more often this summer.
A fish-friendly project would undo the unnaturally sharp turns of the tortuous Crooked River.
Remember that bird migration to the south that has been ongoing since late June? Well August is the center of passerine migration. These are the song birds like sparrows, warblers, orioles, vireos, hummingbirds, tanagers, grosbeaks and many flycatchers/kingbirds.
SUN LAKES/DRY FALLS STATE PARK, Grant County — Where else in the state of Washington can you go for a seven-minute hike and witness the results of an underwater tornado?
LEWISTON — There is fishing to fill your freezer, fishing for fun and then there is fishing for the future.
SPOKANE — Although not in the job description for a wildlife biologist, it helps if you can take a punch.
YAKIMA — Last week, state wildlife biologists were going to begin tagging bulls in the Colockum elk herd in hopes of getting a better idea of the winter movement patterns of male elk that can often be hard to spot during population surveys.
Coyotes may not be as dangerous as wolves or cougars, but they kill vastly more livestock and pets.
One of the most gratifying things to happen recently in the shooting sports is the near-explosive growth in the numbers of women, children, and families who have discovered the fun of target shooting.
TOLLGATE — The annual Kid’s Fishing Day at Jubilee Lake is open to kids 14 years old and younger and runs from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Sunday.
A Seattle man’s big catch turns out to be just big, not record-breakingly old.
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